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Behind the velvet curtains for the Do512 Lounge Sessions

Imagine ACL Presents: Satellite Sets in a smaller, retro setting and on a shoestring budget. That's essentially the concept behind Do512's Lounge sessions, a new web video series spotlighting local artists from James McMurtry to the Black Angels. Jump through to check out the first wave of tapings, captured by the archival junkies at Austin Music Weekly.

James McMurtry, “We Can't Make It Here”

The Black Angels, “Haunting At 1300 McKinley”

The Bright Light Social Hour, “Detroit”

Saints of Valory, “Providence”

Monahans, “A Memory of God”

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